We chose to eat here based on the positive trip advisor reviews and were not disappointed! The atmosphere is fun with the walls painted with various sea creatures, and we also got to hear a mariachi band perform! The food was great starting with the squeezy bottles full of what must have been homemade sauces that were all delicious, and then the seafood dishes were absolutely heaped with fresh fish, shrimp and octopus. The prepared oysters were raw oysters smothered in ceviche, which were fresh and fantastic. The mixed fish and shrimp ceviche was also great and tangy with lots of lime juice. The camarones la diabla (devil shrimp!) were super tasty with their spicy and garlicky sauce. Only the shrimp and octopus tostada was a bit of a letdown because the seafood was plain with no lime juice or spices, although still very fresh. I would definitely return to try more dishes as the menu was extensive!
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